The course is 5000m (5K) long. The course is in Anlaby / Peter Pan Park, West Hull. The course is run on a mixture of tarmac paths and grass. Some sections of the course may accumulate mud, leaves and puddles after rain. Dependent on availability, marshals will be at key sections of the course, or signs will be in place.
Please remember that the parkrun uses shared paths. For the continued success of the event, please give way to other park users. This won't hurt your time, it won't stop you from getting a PB and it will make sure everyone continues to enjoy the event.
Please, wherever possible walk, jog, cycle or use public transport when attending the event. If you do have to drive, please consider car-sharing to reduce our impact on both the environment and other park users. Please also watch out for other park users when arriving and leaving. Parking may be limited so try to arrive early.
The Peter Pan parkrun is a fun, free event organised by volunteers for the benefit of everyone. We wish to make the run as safe as possible, so runners, spectators and helpers are asked to take care about the following:
- Please be considerate to the park and other park users at all times.
- Children under the age of eleven must be accompanied (within arm's reach) throughout the run by a parent, guardian or appropriate adult of the parent's choice.
- Please arrive by foot, by pedal-power or by public transport if you can - your efforts help to reduce our impact on the park and the planet.
- Please consider volunteering to help occasionally - this event survives only because of your generosity - please visit the volunteer page for more information.
- Take care near roads and car parks - some vehicles drive very quickly. Please congregate away from the cars and be careful in particular if you have children. If you’re driving to the run, please drive carefully even if you’re late!
- When running, take care on uneven surfaces - whether on grass or on tarmac. Watch out for cyclists, other runners, pedestrians, children, dogs, wildlife, park animals, vehicles, park maintenance work, falling branches, bollards, posts and other obstacles around the course.
- Please ensure that you are fit enough to walk, jog, run 5k (3.1 miles) with us. Health advice about running can be found at the excellent Runners' Medical Resource website (although this external website focuses on preparation for a race and does not describe parkrun events).
- Remember to warm up before the run.
- If you see a runner with a serious problem, please stop to help them out and get help as soon as possible.
- If you’re watching, keep clear of runners on the course, and look after any children and dogs you may have with you.
- It is not permitted to run with a pushchair and a dog at the same time.
- Runners wishing to run with a dog are welcome, but please keep the dog on a short lead or harness and under control throughout the event. Please also review the parkrun support page article about running with a dog at parkrun events.
- Runners pushing buggies are also welcome, but please take extreme care of other runners around you. If possible start from the back of the field and try to keep to one side of the main body of runners.
- While rare, Lyme Disease is present in areas where deer live, and occasionally passed to human’s through infected ticks. See NHS Choices website for more about Lyme Disease, and how to deal with ticks.
We hope these tips help to ensure that Peter Pan parkrun is fun and safe for everyone.
All parkrun events use Age Grading to help athletes compare results.
Age Grading takes your time and uses the world record time for your sex and age group to produce a score (a percentage). This score allows you to compare your personal performance against other people's performances even though they might be a different age and a different sex to you - the higher the score the better the performance. The scores can also be compared across different race distances - to allow you to, for example, compare a 5km time against a marathon.
For more information, please see our Support
The run is three clockwise laps of the park.
Runners start on the path between the netball/football courts and the old bowling green and then pass around the finish area to join the main park path for the first of the 3 laps. The course follows the path towards Costello stadium before turning right and right again onto grass around the tree line to turn back towards the old bowling green. As runners approach the green they should rejoin the tarmac path and turn left to pass around the green before again turning left on a path and then moving onto the grass, continuing towards the northern edge of the park. Turn left on the grass and then tight sharp right around the trees to rejoin the path back towards the centre of the park. Turn left towards the Warners car park and then turn right and right again just before the car park to complete a lap.
Complete two more laps before turning into the finish at the end of the third lap.
Runners should keep to the left of the path throughout the run.
Toilet facilities and car parking are available at Warner's gym, which opens at 8:30. Parking is also available at Costello Stadium, as well as toilets.
Location of startThe run starts on the path between the netball/football courts and the old bowling green.
Getting there by public transportTrain: Several mainline trains serve Hull.
Bus: Any bus travelling into or out of the city centre using Boothferry Road will pass the park.
Getting there on footThe main entrances are through Costello Athletics Stadium Car Park off Anlaby Road North and via the Warners Car Park on Pickering Road.
Getting there by roadPeter Pan Park is situated to the West of the city. The main access for vehicles is Costello Athletics Stadium off Anlaby Road North or Warners gym car park on Pickering Road.
Both Anlaby Road North and Pickering Road are accessible from the A1105 Boothferry Road.
Post Run Coffee
Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee in Warners gym - please come and join us!